Hi all, Ok, I've got to be honest here, it's 1:15am and I'm seriously having the worst panic attack EVER about Subtest II. Here's the deal...I took Subtests I and III in March and passed both tests on the first try. I studied like a demon for two months before the tests. They were easier than I thought. I've been on these boards before...I used to teach college; I have an M.A. in art history. That being said, I am one of those people who cannot do math; seriously, I think there is something wrong with the part of my brain that works with numbers. My last algebra and geometry classes were 24 years ago. I had to have tutors just to get C's in them. I am looking at the practice questions in all my CSET prep books; I've even been studying the Idiot books and I am beyond an idiot because I can't grasp this stuff. Can someone who's taken Subtest II give me a general idea of what to expect on the exam? I read some posts on this board but I'm still confused. One person said to know Pre-calculus and trig stuff - well, I'm dead then - I can barely understand algebra at this point. The CSET practice test didn't LOOK that bad; but what's the actual test like? Should I get a tutor? I've signed up for the July test and will take it, but am not optimistic about passing it. I'll take it again in September. I am waiting to hear if I've been accepted to the credential program at CSUN for Fall '06 under 'exceptional' admission - just because I haven't taken this one test. Honestly, I feel like throwing up! I know I'm thinking irrationally right now; but I feel like my whole desire to be a kindergarten (that's right - kindergarten!) teacher is going to go down the drain because of one test. ANY HELP would be greatly appreciated. I am so sorry for the length of this post. Thanks in advance.